Ride-sharing is just one example of how digital tech can transform a service. Where are those examples in government?
One prominent attorney believes MSPB is signaling to Congress it doesn’t like the curtailment of employee civil rights.
Randy Silvey, president of Silverlight Financial, highlights three kinds of federal employees who prepare for retirement. And like the three little pigs, the retirement plan made of bricks is the most prepared.
I have evidence TSA and its contractors are committed to continuous improvement.
The discovery demonstrates the ability of government to advance basic research by committing grants to responsible people.
In the push and pull of agency oversight, who should be running the agency — the inspector general or the agency head? Former DHS CHCO Jeff Neal weighs in.
Richard D. Lieberman, a consultant and retired attorney, advises industry to be sure the right person is modifying or changing a contract before moving forward with the request.
The U.S. military strategy for the current world: Take a given-sized ball of dough and stretch it into a wider but thinner pie crust.
Rob Stein, the vice president for NetApp U.S. Public Sector, highlights possible trends in how agencies buy and deploy technology over the next year.
An incident in the TSA’s Las Vegas “Pre store” shows data sharing and database matching don’t always align the way they should.
If the White House vetted and hired Ashkan Soltani, it could not have known or expected his security clearance would not come through.
Indiana avoided $80 million in what the feds would call improper payments, and now the crooked filers are moving on.
Haiyan Song, a senior vice president of security markets for Splunk, makes the case that the only way the government will survive the continuous onslaught of cyber attacks is by working more closely with industry.
FBI Director Jim Comey should drive out to the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency campus on the outskirts of Fort Belvoir.